I love sheds (you all know that by now)- and I have gone past the point where I think nah that’s not a shed that’s a folly – but does it matter as long as it’s an amazing shed like structure and you get a lot of joy out of it then that’s all ok in my shedbook.
The Queen Emma is modelled on HMS Victory and HMS Warrior in Portsmouth.
In a small corner of west Wales a crazy germ of an idea has come to fruition over the last three years.
Part storage, part microbrewery, part bar.
There is a bar area, chill out area that feals like something from Thailand but you really have to see the shed to believe it.
“Every invention that has ever mattered in the whole of human history has come from a man in a shed in Britain” says Clarkson in the sunday times
This shed is constructed out of Rammed Earth and has a Living Roof.
Remember, if your gnome’s not down, you’re not coming in…
Originally built in 1883. Withdrawn from railway use 1928. Used as a dwelling until 1960. Used as a garden shed until 1997.
It is on wheels,Only one in the country,Tardis like interior,good acoustics,very calming atmosphere,a large telescope.
Modified for my 50th Birthday… just the thing for romantic weekends away!
The Roman Temple is a Folly. All the best stately homes can look across their estate and see a temple in the distance. It’s just that this one is a bit nearer to the house, that’s all !
‘Bostin Betty’ – The Birmingham Beach and Bathing Machine (still searching for a sea view!)